CM Yogi again said on Hijab, ‘India will run according to the constitution, not according to Shariat’

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New Delhi: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given full strength in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections. CM Yogi is not leaving a single opportunity to attack the opponents. While addressing the election meeting in Auraiya, CM Yogi has also targeted the opponents while referring to the ongoing hijab controversy in Karnataka.

CM Yogi lashed out at Hijab controversy

Various political reactions are coming out on the ongoing hijab controversy in Karnataka. Meanwhile, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on the hijab controversy in Auraiya on Sunday that the country will run by the constitution and not by Sharia. Every organization has the right to formulate its own dress code. The system will run according to the constitution. CM Yogi said, “The ‘religious fanatics’ of ‘Talibani thinking’, who dream of ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’, tie this knot… whether they stay or not. India will run according to the constitution, not according to Shariat. Long live Rama!’ He further said, ‘There is a hymn for the massive victory of the BJP in this sea of ​​people taking the wave of nationalism in the district Auraiya. The ‘Genie’ of ‘Jinnawadis’ people are ‘unloading’… Thanks Auraiya people!’

After the first phase, the face of the opposition withered.

In an exclusive interview to Zee News, CM Yogi Adityanath had said that the face of the opposition has withered after the first phase. On his statement that calmed the heat, CM Yogi said that those who were responsible for the riots, for the migration of Kairana, came out of the bills after the announcement of the elections. This was for them. The government will work with the policy of zero tolerance for crime and criminals.

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